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Oh no! what do we do?
Guys, there's a fire, there's a fire!
Harriet, calm down please!
You were scared too.
Guys, this is no time for fighting. We have to find a way to get out.
I'm going to check the ninth floor. Stay here.
Harriet is the youngest of the Blanck daughters. She and Millicent are not aware that there is a fire raging down below, so Jane runs to the tenth floor to alert them.
Ok, but please be careful.
Oh please don't go. It's not safe.
Sorry Harriet, but I must go.
Good luck Jane.
I must go too.
Do you think you are going to be any better down there?
We can't just leave her down there alone. We should help her.
The girls run to a hallway, where they find a set of stairs, which possibly leads to sudden doom.
Whatever, but don't be surprised if one of us gets hurt.
This staircase looks awfully strange.
Harriet confesses that she must go too, as she thinks that it is the right thing to do
Maybe we shouldn't have come.
Guys, over here!
No time for asking questions. We have to find Jane.
Harriet and Millicent head down the strangely realistic staircase to find Jane.
As Harriet and Millicent reach the bottom, they witness the worst sight they have ever seen.
This is terrible.
I didn't want you to be down here alone.
Why are you here anyways?
Thanks Harriet, but we need to get out of here. Any ideas?
We need to head to the roof.
It may work. Let's go.
If you say so.
Professor? But how?
"The roof is far away from the fire. That is safe", Harriet thinks.
Ah, hello Jane. I can tell you are wondering how I got here. I found a ladder that a painter left behind and made a bridge across.
You guys climb to safety. I'll round everyone else here.
Harriet and the other girls make their way to the roof.
Whew. I'm tired.
Thank you for reading my additional chapter of FROM UPRISING about Harriet. I hope you have enjoyed. -Sammy S.
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